Enel inspects the San Juan Bosco Human Settlement electrical network in Callao

Published on Thursday, 25 July 2019

Lima, July 25th, 2019.- We stand by the people affected by the fire that took place this early morning in the San Juan Bosco Human Settlement, where several households were damaged. In the midst of this difficult situation, it is our duty to inform the citizens and the media the following:

  1. As soon as we received the request from the authorities, we proceeded to disable power in the area to avoid any electrical risk that could aggravate the situation. Our engineers and technicians will provide full support and continue collaborating with the firefighters and the Callao Regional Government.
  2. Our emergency crews will remain in the affected area inspecting the status of the electrical networks. This way we will be able to identify which places can have their service safely restored and where repairs are necessary.
  3. We would like to express our solidarity to the affected families. Furthermore, we would like to reaffirm our commitment to provide a high-quality service in a safe way.
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